Canadian Atheist liner notes ____________________________ “What a rude Lump our World is that we are so apt to dote upon.” –Thomas Burnet "Canadian Atheist" is the 7th studio album by Sypha Nadon. Tracklisting: Side A: Left 1. 3 Beggars (2:48) 2. Territory (4:04) 3. Ghost Mountains (3:42) 4. SCP-012 (2:54) 5. I’m Insane 2014 (3:54) 6. Mt. Meru (3:48) Side B: Right 7. The Urschleim (3:57) 8. Form & Void (3:42) 9. The Acknowledged (4:24) 10. Time is not Spatial (4:00) 11.... Topic: Electronic
Third in a series of anthologies collecting rare material by Sypha Nadon. "Universe C: Beyond" collects a further 13 tracks from the infamous "120 Songs of Sodom" box set, along with 3 tracks from the unreleased "The Great Conjunction" album of 2007, and 3 tracks that up until this point have only been avaliable on the Sypha Nadon MySpace page. Topics: Noise, Dada, Surrealism, Electronic, Experimental, Booda, Avant-Garde
This is not really a new album but a "lost" one. It was recorded at Mauve Zone Studios in October of 2009, when I was just beginning to use the FL Studio program for the first time and familiarizing myself with its operational procedures. Because back then I hadn't yet paid for the program and was only using the demo version, I was thus unable to save my work, so I recorded a number of songs (around six) as first ... takes (this was also how the Boy Destroyer album Socialist Boy... Topics: Experimental, Electronic, Noise, Industrial, Surrealism
Second in the series of anthologies collecting rare Sypha Nadon material. This record is dedicated to Wendy Carlos, whose score for the film "A Clockwork Orange" was a huge influence when I was at a young age. It is also dedicated to the Vatican Gun Club and all 9mm automatic users everywhere. Perhaps a trigger to the fourth secret of Fatima (Pope as Anti-Christ) it is to the memory of victims of terrorists everywhere. During the conference on tactics memories serve as slaves. Long... Topics: Noise, Dada, Surrealism, Electronic, Booda, Racket
"Our Lady of the Flowers of the Red Night" is Sypha Nadon's fourth official full-length studio album, following 2008's soundtrack to "The Black Omen." This album is dedicated to Saint Jean Genet, Saint William S. Burroughs, Saint Teresa of Avila, Saint Rose of Lima, and also to all those who took part in the Stonewall Riots of 1969. http://www.myspace.com/syphanadon favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: experimental, avant-garde, improv, Christian Surrealism, Burroughs, Virus B-23, Gnostic, electronic
This album, a ten year retrospective of Sypha Nadon's musical odyssey, collects many tracks from Sypha's previous albums, along with a track from the new upcoming album (more details on that coming soon) and a new song recorded specifically for this retrospective (entitled "The Nightmare Factory"). Thank you to anyone who has listened to my music over the last ten years, and whether you have enjoyed it or not, I am pleased that you took the time to listen to it in the first place.... Topics: Futurism, Noise, Surrealism, Avant-Garce, Dada, Racket, Electronic, Experimental, Synth-Pop,...
This anthology collects some of the very earliest Sypha Nadon recordings (see liner notes for further details). This album is dedicated to Alan Splet, sound designer of many David Lynch movies. Topics: Noise, Electronic Music, Futurism, Dada, Surrealism, Vickie Miner, Death Head Moths, Industrial